Grampus manager Nishino to step down

Grampus manager Nishino to step down

Nagoya Grampus on Sunday announced that manager Akira Nishino’s contract will not be renewed at the conclusion of the 2015 season.

The Japan coach at the 1996 Olympics has managed just 11 victories record in his second season with Grampus, losing 13 and drawing six in the span over the span of their campaign.

The club’s most recent defeat came at Kashiwa Reysol last Saturday, when they were roundly beaten 3-1 following a brace from Masato Kudo.

Nishino previously won several trophies in his stint with Gamba Osaka – notably J.League title as well as the AFC Champions League – between 2002 and 2011.

He was appointed by Grampus in 2014 in the hopes of bringing the 2010 Japanese champions back to their old heights, but only managed a 10th-place finish in his first season.

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